The 2020 Mazda RX-9 is a medium-sized crossover SUV manufactured by Mazda in Japan. The Mazda 2020 CX-9 is not sold in the domestic market of Japan, as it exceeds a large threshold in Japanese dimension regulations and engine displacement forces a large annual road tax bill. Instead, the smaller Mazda CX-9 is sold in the Japanese market. The Mazda MX-5 comes well equipped, even the base models get LED headlights, 16-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, electric windows, remote central locking, heated arm mirrors, traction control, and stability control.
This kind of simple driving pleasure offered by the Mazda MX-5 is hard to match at any price, but the fact that it has to be reliable and economical also makes it more seductive. Assuming you only need two seats, and luggage space isn’t an advantage, it seems hard to find any weaknesses.
The Mazda CX-9 is brand new and is based on the SkyActiv platform and engines that have been shared with the new Mazdas introduced after 2011. The new exterior design follows Mazda’s Kodo design philosophy. It is shorter than before, but passes into a longer wheelchair, resulting in shorter front and rear overloads.
2020 Mazda RX-9 Interior
The 2020 Mazda CX9 interior is cleverly designed, simple and elegant, and a benchmark for non-luxury SUVs. Primary controls are easy to access and use. The main control number is instantly intuitive and provides quick navigation inside the infotainment screen menu with a sharp 9-inch view. Entering and exiting the CX-9 is easy, and access to the third row has greatly improved thanks to the new captain’s second-row seats available in the Signature bravery. The first and second rows have a good amount of room, but the third row is more reserved for children. Visibility is not as open as in other SUVs due to the thick CX-9 pillars and a smaller rear window.
2020 Mazda RX-9 Engine
The Mazda CX-9 uses a turbocharged version of the 2.5-liter four-cylinder SkyActivG petrol engine, producing 227 hp (169 kW) with 87 AKI (91 RON) octane fuel and 250-hp (186 kW) in premium fuel and 420 N ⋅ m (310 lb-ft) torque. The engine is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. The US EPA evaluates the city with all wheels 2016 Mazda CX-9 at 21 mpg-US (25 mpg-imp; 11 L / 100 km) city and 26 mpg-US (31 mpg-imp; 9.0 L / 100 km) highway. The larger 184hp 2.0-liter gasoline offers more power and torque but does not weigh a large amount more. Both are non-turbocharged, so they should be strongly re-evaluated for maximum performance, but that’s not the difficulty in a car that’s so nice to drive fast.
2020 Mazda RX-9 Safety
The Highway Safety Insurance Institute gave Mazda CX-9 2020 the highest Good rating in all six crash estimates and called it a high safety choice. IIHS has a different degree of assessment of active security features. The CX-9 won Superior’s highest rating for its standard vehicle collision prevention system, while the standard pedestrian-vehicle system received the second-highest Advanced rating. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the Mazda CX-9 2020 an overall safety rating of five out of five stars. She won five stars in testing side collisions and four stars in frontal crash and return estimates.
For 2020, Mazda makes the i-Activesense driver assistance standard for all models. This set of security features includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind-spot monitoring with rear traffic signaling, adaptive stop, and departure control, lane departure warning, and lane-keeping assistance. A rear camera, a traffic sign recognition system, and rain-cleaning glass cleaners are also standard. Front and rear parking sensors, adaptive headlights, and an on-camera parking system are available.